Join us! Everyone is welcome.
Where does your food come from? How does it get to you? How healthy is it? How can you support local farmers and food producers through your food purchases?
The Kingston Public Library and edible South Shore & South Coast have teamed up to host an ongoing series of programs about the phenomenon of “eating locally.” Please join us in the discovery of our local food.
ABC’s of Beekeeping!
Next up, Dec. 18th: Honey bees have a unique place in myth and history, and they’re essential to agriculture. They’re also vulnerable to pesticides and diseases, and, interestingly, amateur beekeepers play an important role in the survival of the species. Keeping bees is an increasingly popular backyard hobby, fascinating even to many who never intend to start a hive of their own. The South Shore Locavores are offering an opportunity to learn the ins and outs of backyard beekeeping when expert beekeepers Glen Cornell and Joe Sybertz of the Plymouth County Beekeepers Association share their many years of experience at the December 18th session of South Shore Locavores. The session will also feature a honey tasting.
See Joe Sybertz starring in The Bee Movie here.
$50 gift card to Bondo’s in Marshfield and
2015: Thursdays, January 15, February 19, March 19, April 16, and May 21
*Gatherings take place 7pm at the Beal House, 222 Main Street, Kingston MA 02364
Vendors and participants donate great door prizes!! (Please let us know if you’d like to be a speaker at any of the programs or would like to offer a door prize.)
Please note: The South Shore Locavore’s program is run on a volunteer basis. Would you like to be more closely involved with the SSL gatherings? There are various ways you could help with preparing or running the sessions. If you’re interested in volunteering, let us know.
Love to cook? Please feel free to bring a dish to share to any of the gatherings. There will be time at the beginning and end of each meeting for Munching and Mingling.
TEAM UP AGAINST HUNGER: In an effort to help fight hunger on the South Shore, we will be collecting non-perishable foods at the beginning of each gathering to donate to the Greater Plymouth Food Warehouse. If you can, please bring a can.
The gatherings are free. However, if you are able, donations of $0 to $10 will be gratefully accepted to help cover expenses. Any surplus will be used towards library book purchases. South Shore Locavores is a collaboration between the Kingston Public Library and edible South Shore & South Coast magazine.
Gather with us at 7:00pm
Besides the terrific speakers and demos, we’ll provide thorough topic-related resource lists complied by the Kingston Public Library for each session.
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